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... than it looked and I'm so proud that Jeff did it. He has never been very comfortable in the water, but he is doing awesomely.
Oh, MUCH better snorkeling out here! The coral was spectacular! Colors I've never seen before - blue coral? Who knew. There was a lot of fish life as well. I started taking underwater photos when a snorkeler tapped me and said "Come look at this " I followed him and a very large free-swimming green eel was moving through the water. ...
... flat land between the two volcanoes, pretty well all planted with sugar cane, and dominated by the large bulk and steaming chimneys of the sugar mill. There is probably a lot more land under cultivation than you would think, obviously enough to support a large mill, but the scale of the two volcanoes makes everything else seem small.
There is a surprisingly large traffic volume, most of it going our way, and all of it faster than the speed limit, so we tend ...
... amazing views overlooking the ocean. We managed to find a sneaky spot where we could balance our coffee on a ledge so we could have the best seats in the house! After some time googling we decided to go back in the village to buy some snorkels. We had such a great plan, sigh..... We found a little supermarket that had sold them the night before so we were going to grab the shuttle, run in and run back onto the bus before it left. The plan worked out great...until Dave ...
... it a try tomorrow. To the left of us
is a huge wide rainbow stretching across the sky. Quite the biggest and
brightest we have ever seen.
We get to the resort in time to catch the bus and a 20 min
ride gets us to Lahaina. This is very much a tourist trap, with lots of gift
shops, lots of art galleries and lots of places to eat but clearly has a great
deal of history starting with some missionaries around the 1800's, before it
became a whaling town. ...
... was no hot water (solar powered so not brilliant when we had not a ray of sunshine for 3 days!)
breakfast is DIY in a communal kitchen - it's like being a student again- but it's a great way to meet other travellers.
On the rainy days we managed to get out and about - visiting Lahaina an old whaling town, stopping in a lay-by and watching the humpback whales go by, going to look at the "resorts" which are large hotels ...